Clark Hill attorney Vince Sallan participates in Wayne State University’s “Wayne Law Professionalism in Action” program
Clark Hill attorney Vince Sallan, an Associate in the firm’s Labor & Employment group, recently appeared as a discussion leader at Wayne State University’s “Wayne Law Professionalism in Action” program on Friday, February 7, 2020, in the Wayne State University Student Center Ballroom. The annual program provides an opportunity for first-year law students to connect with other students, practicing attorneys, and judges, and to reinforce the importance of ethics and professionalism in the practice of law. Sallan discussed how to navigate tough, ethical issues that can arise in the early years of practice, and provided practical tips for succeeding in a law firm as a newer attorney.
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